Providence Place Blog

“I’m so proud of Marko’s progress,” said Emily Philips, Center for Higher Independence (CHI) Instructor. “It’s amazing to look back and see what he’s accomplished since he’s been here.” When Marko started the program, he had some social and communication issues. He poked people, stared at them and was frustrated easily. His appearance was unkempt […]

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Adoption grants provide assistance for adoptive couples who are struggling with the financial costs of the adoption process. These grants can provide anywhere from a few hundred dollars to thousands of dollars to help you bring your adopted child home. Successfully applying for and winning these grants requires thoughtful effort as you navigate each grant’s […]

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Adoption is a life-changing event for adoptive couples as they welcome a new child (or children) into their forever family. For the children they already have, whether biological or adopted, however, the adoption process also signals a fundamental shift in their lives. In order to help your children navigate the emotions and questions they will […]

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Posted on Nov 16

“The hardest part was the 48-hour wait after Grace’s birth,” remembered Julia. “This is the period when a birth mother decides if she wants to place her baby or not. It was a very stressful time for her and for us, as adoptive parents, especially since we had learned she had just bought a car […]

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